Creating a Harmony curriculum: How can Nature inspire a new way of learning?
‘Across the whole education sector, a mentality of ‘what’s measured is what gets done’ trumps the true purpose of education, and curriculum thinking − the consideration of what needs to be taught and learned for a full education − has been eroded.’
With curriculum intent now at the heart of Ofsted inspection, how can we bring Nature into learning?
Join us to explore how Nature’s principles of Harmony can inform education, at a time when our planet needs it most.
The programme for the day includes a keynote from Sir Anthony Seldon (Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham) and addresses from Joy Carter (Vice-Chancellor of the University of Winchester) and Richard Dunne (The Harmony Project) as well as workshops and panel sessions.
In line with the Harmony ethos, fresh, locally-sourced, seasonal and organic produce will be served at the conference and there will be moments for quiet reflection built into the programme to help attendees focus on the key messages and actions they will take from the day.
Tickets: £50 which includes a locally sourced, seasonal, organic lunch and a copy of the Harmony teachers’ guide.
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